You can define any number of end user messages and notifications. Messages and notifications are displayed when a user’s action triggers a rule (application/on-demand or content rule). Rules can be triggered by an application launch or block, or when content is modified.
Messages provide an effective way of alerting the user before an action is performed. For example, before elevating an application or allowing content to be modified, or advising that an application launch or content modification is blocked.
Messages give the user information about the application or content, the action taken, and can be used to request information from the user. Messages also allow authorization and authentication controls to be enforced before access to an application is granted.
Messages are customizable with visual styles, corporate branding, and display text, so you are offered a familiar and contextual experience. Messages are assigned to Application Rules. A message can display different properties, depending on which of these targets it is assigned to. To view the differences, a Preview option allows you to toggle between the Application Preview and the Content Preview. This is available from the Preview dropdown menu, located in the top-right corner of the details pane.
Once defined, a message may be assigned to an individual rule in the Workstyles Rules tab by editing the rule. Depending on the type of Workstyle you’ve created, Privilege Management for Windows may auto-generate certain messages for you to use.
Types of Messages
You can choose from Messages or Notifications. Messages take focus when they're displayed to the user. Message notifications appear on the user's task bar.
Message notification text is fully customizable, so that users are given concise and relevant information about the action performed. You can edit the strings in the Message Text tab.
Message notifications are displayed either as a systray bubble (Windows 7), or as a toast notification (Windows 8 and higher).
Message notifications are not supported for SYSTEM processes.
For more information, please see Message Text.